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Maxwell Center

Built in 2007, The Maxwell Center is always full of activity, hosting many major events on campus. The main gym and auxiliary gym are housed within the Maxwell Center along with the Office of the President, the Athletic Department offices and athletic training spaces, and a variety of classroom spaces. The Dean and Diana Hickman Student Center (addition completed in 2013) is a part of the Maxwell Center. The Student Center includes the Cafeteria, Blaze Coffee Shop, the Connection Bookstore, Bridge Tutoring Center, the Hub, and the Psychology Department & Classrooms.

Graham Administration Building

The Graham Administration building is home to our Financial Aid and Business Office. For more information on Financial Aid please visit our Financial Aid page.

Robert W. Plaster Free Enterprise Center

The Robert W. Plaster Free Enterprise Center houses the Business Innovation Center (commonly referred to as the OCUBIC)- a small business development center designed around local entrepreneurial success to ensure everyone has the opportunity to enhance their continued education and individual development. It also houses the Business and Government Department and has conference rooms and training rooms for classes to meet.

MPAC

The Ministry and Performing Arts Center is located at the front entrance of campus. Built in 2017, the Ministry and Performing Arts Center (or MPAC) houses our Music Department, Theology & Ministry Department and is our primary place of worship for Chapel two times a week as well as a beautiful concert hall to highlight our talented performing arts programs! You can also find a ministry classroom and Recital Hall for Choral, Orchestra, Pep Band, and Recitals!

Library

The Maxwell Library is the center of campus and is a member of OhioLINK, allowing students access to thousands of additional books and electronic resources- our library is much bigger than it looks! It is home to numerous study tables, a computer lab, the Esports Arena, The Writing Center, and the BlazerTech Help Desk. The Writing Center is a free source available for all of our students who need any help on papers and improving their writing skills!
 
 

Female Dorms

Moore Hall (Freshman)
Located in the center of campus and is for Freshman girls. Downstairs Moore is community style housing 27 students. Upstairs, housing 43 students, is suite style with 2 rooms (2 girls in each room) sharing a bathroom. 
-The reason the upstairs and downstairs are different styles is because in Dec. 1992, the day before finals week, there was a fire. All finals were canceled, and everyone was granted an A on their final test! The fire was on the second floor, so they renovated that floor into the Jack and Jill “suite style” rooms. 

New Hall (Upperclassman)
Suite style residence hall with housing 48 students.

Townhouses (Upperclassman)
Built in 2010 and 2011, the Townhouses typically house juniors and seniors. With 1 male and 1 female building, the female townhouses are home to approximately 34 students

Each Residence Hall and Townhouse has free laundry rooms on the first floor of the building. There is a fully furnished lobby with study tables and lounge areas with a TV that is shared by all residents of the hall or townhouse.

Each residential room has:

  • 2 adjustable, loft-able beds
  • 2 dressers
  • 2 closets
  • 2 desks with 2 chairs 
     

Male Dorms

York Hall (Freshman)
A community style dorm housing 78 students.

New 2 (Upperclassman)
Renovated into a residence hall in 2014. It is community style and houses 27 students

Moats Hall (Upperclassman)
Moats Hall is a small residence hall at the front of campus housing 20 students.

Townhouses (Upperclassman)
Built in 2010 and 2011, the Townhouses typically house juniors and seniors. With 1 male and 1 female building, the male townhouses house approximately 37 students

Each Residence Hall and Townhouse has free laundry rooms on the first floor of the building. There is a fully furnished lobby with study tables and lounge areas with a TV that is shared by all residents of the hall or townhouse.

Each residential room has:

  • 2 adjustable loft-able beds
  • 2 dressers
  • 2 closets
  • 2 desks with chairs

Campus Features & Athletic Fields

When the weather is nice, expect to find our students outside! Our Rec field, housed behind the townhouses, has been home to an uncountable number of Ultimate Frisbee games, as well as Powderpuff football, pickup soccer games and more! Our sand volleyball courts, right in the center of campus, are a prime location for students to jump in a game or be just be a spectator and cheer on your friends!

The Roundtown Trail- In a collaboration between Ohio Christian University and the City of Circleville, we now have the Roundtown Trail connecting our campus to the Pickaway YMCA in a 1.5-mile asphalt trail for walking, running, biking, etc!

In the evenings, you’ll often spot students around our firepit, located in the center of campus by the volleyball courts, socializing, or playing guitars and worshipping.

And don’t forget our athletic fields, such as baseball, softball, and soccer! There isn’t a better way to spend an afternoon than watching a game and cheering on your friends!

Johnson Hall

Johnson Hall contains the Registrar, Admissions Office, Marketing, and upstairs classroom space. Downstairs also contains a small lobby for a quiet study place for students

Conley Ministry Center

Conley is home to our Teacher Education Department. Upstairs contains 2 classrooms and a computer lab. Downstairs, you can find the Department Offices as well as a lobby for studying- filled with coffee, snacks and supplies for our Teacher Education students.